ESRI Research Seminar and Events Programme 2017/2018

Arts Based Methods at MMU
A series of free workshops and seminars exploring arts based research methods at MMU

Seminars Spring Term 2018

Wednesday January 17th in Brooks Lecture Theatre 1: G.78
Mickey Vallee, Athabasca University, Canada
Intimacy in an Age of Ubiquitous Listening

Wednesday February 14th in Brooks G.16
Walter Gershon, Kent State University, USA
Sensing Scholarship: Sonic Methodologies for Social Justice Research with Vulnerable Populations

Monday February 26th in Brooks 2.12
Professor Jennifer Rowsell, Brock University
“This Documentary Actually Makes Welland Look Good”: A documentary film project with teenagers in Canada

Wednesday March 14th in Brooks G.16
Ricardo Nemirovsky, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Learning by Intertwining Mathematics/Body/Art/Materiality/Imagination

Seminars Autumn Term 2017

Wednesday 4th October in Brooks 2.10
Dr Riikka Hohti, University of Oulu, Finland
Working from entanglement – developing moving and zooming approaches to children’s things and doings

Wednesday 18th October in Brooks 2.10
Dr Sam Sellar, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Rewiring education: Building data infrastructure in schools and school systems

Wednesday 8th November in Brooks 2.10
Dr Jayne Osgood, Middlesex University, UK
Affective Methodologies in Early Childhood Research: adventures in ethical recklessness

Wednesday 29th November in Brooks 2.10
Professor Cathy Burnett and Professor Guy Merchant, Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Making and Unmaking Literacies: A turn of events

Seminars Summer Term 2017

Wednesday 26th April in Brooks 2.19
Prof Tim Ingold, University of Aberdeen, UK
Anthropology and/as Education

Wednesday 10th May in Brooks G.16
Dr Charlotte Jones and Dr Jen Slater, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
School Toilets: Queer, disabled bodies and gendered lessons of embodiment

Friday 26th May in the Biosocial Research Lab - Brooks 2.52
Dr. Chris Murgatroyd, School of Healthcare Science
The Epigenetics of Early Life Stress: Emerging connections with biosocial research